Thermal-XR
Thermal-XR

HVAC energy Savings of up to 20% and extended coil life of HVAC+R with one application of Thermal-XR. Simply coat degraded coils with THERMAL XR Graphene coating. Improves COP and performance at higher ambient temperatures.

Case studies supplied by GMG Graphene (Graphene Manufacturing Group)

Thermal-XR Case Study

Public Library Air Conditioning

After application of Thermal-XR = 52% energy savings for building air conditioning

After coating with THERMAL-XR® on a public library air conditioner, a 52% ENERGY SAVINGS was measured and verified by an independent third-party certified verification and measurement professional (CVMP). It confirmed that the THERMAL- XR® treatment yielded an estimated savings of 52% or 348 kWh ± 91kWH with a relative uncertainty of 26% at a confidence level of 90%.

THERMAL-XR® powered by GMG Graphene is a coating application for restoring and improving energy efficiency to refrigeration and air conditioning coils on both building and transport cooling systems (HVAC-R). The process coats and rebuilds lost thermal conductivity to the coil by leveraging GMG’s Graphene to increase the heat transfer rate, resulting in efficiency improvement, and reductions in both energy and CO2 emissions for customers.

Building Air Conditioning Energy Savings

Size of Unit (kW)

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% Energy Saving Calculated

Calculated Annualised Energy Saving (kWhr)

Calculated Annualised Emissions Reduction (CO2 tonnes)

The 53.2kW (Model OPA55RKTBG01-P) ducted system was studied over a 4 month period with energy and weather data obtained via remote wifi-connected energy sensors and third-party weather stations. Calculations for the regression model were carried out by an independent Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CVMP) with reference to International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP). Annualised calculations are projected over a full 12 months without any seasonality variance included and emissions reductions were based on the Queensland specific electricity grid greenhouse gas emission factors of 0.82 kg of CO2 / kW-hr. The above energy and emission calculation are based on 348 kWh ± 91kWH with a relative uncertainty of 26% at a confidence level of 90% over 18 days of regression modeling. The library has 4 operational days per week.

GMG CEO/MD/Founder Craig Nicol said, “According to the Australian Energy Regulator, Australia alone consumes nearly 200 TWh every year on the electricity grid with an estimated value of AU$60 billion. We believe approximately 20% is attributed to cooling costs which is AU$12 billion per annum which is obviously a significant opportunity for GMG”.

THERMAL-XR®| HYDROPHOBIC DEMONSTRATION

The video demonstrates the hydrophobic properties of THERMAL-XR RETORE® after the complete coating process.

Thermal-XR Case Study

HVAC energy Savings of up to 20% and extended coil life of HVAC+R with one application of Thermal-XR. Simply coat degraded coils with THERMAL XR Graphene coating. Improves COP and performance at higher ambient temperatures.

Case studies supplied by GMG Graphene (Graphene Manufacturing Group)

Thermal-XR Case Study

Diesel City Bus Air Conditioning

After Thermal-XR application to onboard air conditioner = fuel consumption is reduced by 2.7% | cool down by air conditioner is 25% faster.

Independent third parties carried out a project utilising THERMAL-XR ® on a diesel bus’s air conditioner and showed a 2.7% FUEL SAVINGS and 25% less cooling time to reach the set operating temperature. The results are highlighted in the table below.

Results from over a two (2) hour period in a controlled facility whilst monitoring time and fuel usage. A Thermo King DAS (Data Acquisition System), standalone data recorder, (not connected to the AC system) with TK Wintrac 5 software was used to download the data for the Pull Down Test, and a proprietary Volvo Telematic System recorded the fuel data. Test was conducted inside a Spray ‘n’ Bake paint booth Model TNT-3-20/6.

GMG CEO Craig Nicol stated, “Where a city bus uses 25,000 litres of diesel fuel per year, with approximately 220 hours per month, THERMAL-XR® powered by GMG graphene based off these test results could potentially save over 650 litres of diesel fuel per year per bus – a significant cost saving for a city bus operator. This would also mean reducing approximately 1.8 tonne of carbon dioxide emissions per annum for each bus.”

“These results highlight the opportunity that THERMAL-XR® powered by GMG graphene also has with transport air conditioning – saving diesel fuel and improving driver and passenger comfort. There are approximately 3 million city buses in the world (~13% being electric) which could use our product to save fuel/energy and emissions or extend battery life (if electric) – which is obviously a significant opportunity for GMG” said Craig Nicol.

Thermal-XR

Phone: 1300 782 761
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